With changes roiling the world at the start of 2017, we want to take a moment to affirm the dignity of refugees throughout the world; we stand with the children and families uprooted by conflict and natural disasters. There are over 28 million refugee children in the world right now, and we hope that our work contributes to their health, protection, well-being, and development.
In the start of the new year, we were able to publish several important studies. You will find a paper about the feasibility of using Audio-Computer Assisted Self-Interview (ACASI) in humanitarian settings as well as two research papers about violence against children in humanitarian settings.
In addition to articles published by CPC staff and faculty affiliates, we are sharing several other important studies, upcoming webinars, and job opportunities.